Women have undertaken measures to cope and resist against the backdrop of Anglophone—Francophone tensions in Cameroon.
The charge is "misusing a computer." Dr. Stella Nyanzi remains incarcerated to this day in Luzira Women’s Prison.
A film about Cape Town’s water crisis raises profound questions about the character and stability of South Africa’s post-apartheid trajectory.
South African politics urgently needs an injection of electoral energy from the left, that speaks in a language that resonates with voters, rejects chauvinism and embraces democracy.
A response to Panashe Chigumadzi’s essay, “Why I’m No Longer Talking To Nigerians About Race."
Racist, anti-black stereotypes persist in Arabic literature. It reveals a racial anxiety and othering of Africa among celebrated Arab authors.
... And why Nigeria's 2019 elections were about race, class and ideology.
If in India there has been an investment in myth of Mohandas Gandhi as a non-racial icon, in South Africa Gandhi also has his defenders.
On writers, empathy and (black) solidarity politics.
Every time you project terror onto Somalis, remember to ask how we live in Mogadishu.
Why Venezuela’s turmoil and the Khashoggi crisis portend an even darker geopolitics of oil.
Following a series of racist attacks on African students in India, an African student in India wrote this.
I have the privilege to fight, argue or board a plane when I feel like I've had enough. The vast majority of women on the continent do not have that option.
The reality for Africans living in China's 'African City' contrast greatly with the way their governments and China's leaders interact.
In a heteronormative society like Nigeria, men are entitled to sex with any and all women.
The Africa we want should include guaranteed and well-funded public education provided by its states.
A remembrance for Father's Day.
Living in the city that hosted the 1884 conference where Western powers divided up Africa for themselves
Professor Sampie Terreblanche, who passed away at 84 on February 17, 2018, was one of South Africa's foremost political economists.
The elite compromise of the early 1990s emphatically excluded the possibility of a comprehensive redistribution policy.